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The Archives Magazine, Issue 6, Spring 2024, Kayla Coghlan, Lillian Stadtmueller, Kara Armstrong, Katie Shank, Linda Zuniga, Abigail Miller, Lynda Feustel, Jacob Mankos May 2024

The Archives Magazine, Issue 6, Spring 2024, Kayla Coghlan, Lillian Stadtmueller, Kara Armstrong, Katie Shank, Linda Zuniga, Abigail Miller, Lynda Feustel, Jacob Mankos

Kutztown University Archives

No abstract provided.


A Grim End For Europe's First Civilization: The Fall Of Minoan Crete, Ashley Arp May 2024

A Grim End For Europe's First Civilization: The Fall Of Minoan Crete, Ashley Arp

Honors Theses

Early popular theories about the collapse of the Minoan civilization center around natural disasters, but geoarchaeological research from the past few decades has disproved these earlier theories. It is evident that the Minoan civilization continued to thrive for around a century after the volcanic eruption and subsequent tsunami that had previously been credited as the cause for the collapse. Evidence of manmade destruction has been uncovered across the island of Crete c. 1450 BCE and this period was quickly followed by a drastic cultural shift that included more Mycenaean elements than had been found on the island previously. These destructions, …


Catalysts For Change: The Sacralizing Impulse Of The Second Great Awakening And Its Transformative Impact On American Higher Education, Blake S. Hart Apr 2024

Catalysts For Change: The Sacralizing Impulse Of The Second Great Awakening And Its Transformative Impact On American Higher Education, Blake S. Hart

Doctoral Dissertations and Projects

This dissertation delves into the profound impact of the Second Great Awakening on American higher education and its enduring social consequences. Examining the period from the late eighteenth century to the mid-nineteenth century, the research uncovers the core belief that drove the Awakening—that America and its citizens were chosen for a divine purpose, endeavoring to manifest the kingdom of heaven on Earth. It explores how Protestant-led revivalism and social reform movements fueled by this core belief influenced the establishment and evolution of American higher education. Through in-depth case studies of Andover Theological Seminary, Lane Seminary, and Oberlin College, the research …


Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 6, Sacred Heart University Mar 2024

Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 6, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Controversial IVF Law in Alabama Raises Questions on Reproductive Freedom - Inside SHU’s Faculty Peer Coaching Program - Faculty Peer Coaching Program - A Look Into The Music Education Program - Multicultural Center Wisdom Wednesdays - The Comfort of Stuffed Animals for College Students - Professor Produces New Film Featuring Students


Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 5, Sacred Heart University Feb 2024

Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 5, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: New Wing to Sing: Naclerio Commons to Become Performing Arts Wing - Changes to the FAFSA Cause Initial Delays - A Whole New Virtual World at the NeXReality Lab - What’s SHU Listening to? - SHU Alum Premiere’s Film At TCL Chinese Theatre - SHU Influencers Take on Fashion Week


Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 4, Sacred Heart University Feb 2024

Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 4, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: The Road to Recovery for Student's Facing Addiction - A "Heart to Heart on College Student Mental Health" - "Destination Senior Week" - A Learning “Playground for Everybody” at the IDEA Lab - Embracing Faith Through Sisterhood - A Guide to SHU Global


Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 3, Sacred Heart University Feb 2024

Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 3, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: SHU to purchase Notre Dame High School for $15 Million -- New Executive Director of Undergraduate Admissions --Mixtape Art Gallery, Eco To-Go at 63's Leaves Students Unimpressed -- SHU Shares Because SHU Cares -- Finding Weekly Peace through Guided Meditation -- Celebrating Love and Laughter: Valentine's Day at SHU -- Sports: Men's Golf Teeing Up for Last NEC Season -- The Powerhouse of Pioneers: Women's Wresting


Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University Feb 2024

Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: The Results are in: Student Government Election - SHU's New Distillation Science Certificate Program - Chi-O Goes to Chicago for Leadership Training - FTMA at Sundance - A Heartfelt Impact: Social Work Club - Need to Get Your Nails Done? - Meet 2026 Snowboard Hopeful and SHU Student, Joey Okesson - navigating the News: A Guide to Staying Informed in a Digital Age - Bat Boy Signing at the Edgerton - SHU Celebrates Black History Month - Women's Basketball Leading the NEC


Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University Jan 2024

Spectrum, Volume 52, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Shu Honorary Doctorate Recipient, Vince McMahon, Resigns from WWE Parent Company Amid Sex Trafficking Allegations - 2 Graduate Students Found Dead in Apartment - SHU Hires New Manager of LGBTQ+ Affairs - SHU Professors Rediscovers Tomb on Dingle Peninsula - Connecting Hearts Through the Office of Community Engagement - In the Classroom: Exploring the Interesting Classes SHU Has to Offer - From Campus to Canvas: Illustration Students Accepted to Competitions - SHU Band Tours the Emerald Isle - SHU Choir Takes Voices Across Borders - Rowing with Heart: Saige Harper Makes Paralympic Team - Cheer Clinches Third at …


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 10, Sacred Heart University Nov 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 10, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Student Government Hosts Town Hall with Dr. Petillo - Annual Turkey Drive Raises $14,928 - International Education Week - Three Sisters, One Campus: Meet the Catino Family - Local Record Store Becomes Subject of New Reality Series - Curtain Up: New Shows Make Their Broadway Debut - Women's Basketball Shoots for 2nd Consecutive NEC Championship - Down for the Count: Men's Wrestling Season Faces Early Challenges


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 9, Sacred Heart University Nov 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 9, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: SHU Introduces Two Muslim Prayer Rooms - Diner Diaries: Behind the Scenes at JP's - Pioneer Guides World Tour - The Beatles "Come Together" for Final Song - Field Hockey Takes Home NEC Championship - Meet Nine-Time NEC Rookie of the Week: Gaby Zovko


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 8, Sacred Heart University Nov 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 8, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: The Importance of Media Literacy Amid the Israeli Crisis - Media Literacy and the Israeli Conflict - A Fresh Chapter for Jeff Orrico, SHU's New Librarian - Nursing Students in Guatemala - Beyond the Stage: Celebrities and Voter Impact - Women's Lacrosse Celebrates NEC Championship


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 7, Sacred Heart University Nov 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 7, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Chemical Spill in SC -- SHU Hosts Connecticut GOP Panel for Students -- Audrey''s Corner -- Kaiser Wins NEC Athlete of the Week


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 6, Sacred Heart University Oct 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 6, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: The State of Israel - Bridgeport Primary Under Review - A Spectrum Love Story - Center for Career and Professional Development Fair - Reflecting on 4 Decades - Celebrating the Legacy of Gloria Naylor - Celebrating 40 Years Of SHU Sports


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 5, Sacred Heart University Oct 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 5, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: SHU Celebrates LGBT History Month - Clery Compliance Report - The US is moving quickly to boost Israeli's military. A look at what assistance it's providing - Watch SHU Sports On WWAX - Audrey's Corner - To Say or To Not Say - A New Era of Influencers - Anna Stark: Women's Field Hockey Retires #30 - Breaking the Ice: Women's Hockey Opens New Season


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 4, Sacred Heart University Oct 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 4, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Five SHU Students, One Adult Injured In Two-Car Collision on Jefferson Street - Emergency Blood Drive Held due to National Blood Shortage - New Dean of Welch College of Business and Technology - SHU's Dance Company's Italian Summer - Diner's, Drive-in's, and Dining Halls - Alix Earle Launches "Hot Mess" Podcast - Football Fumbles First Half of Season


Sacred Heart University Magazine, Volume 5, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University Oct 2023

Sacred Heart University Magazine, Volume 5, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University

Sacred Heart University Magazine

Celebrating 60 years of Sacred Heart University, past and present.


History Lessons From Esther: The Leopold Von Ranke Lecture Delivered At The Phi Alpha Theta Induction Ceremony, Kent R. Olney Oct 2023

History Lessons From Esther: The Leopold Von Ranke Lecture Delivered At The Phi Alpha Theta Induction Ceremony, Kent R. Olney

Scholarship – Academic Affairs Office

The German historian, Leopold Von Ranke, noted the following: “Every epoch is immediate to God, and its value is not based on what emerges from it, but on its very existence.” My assignment was to respond to Von Ranke’s thoughts. I have done so by drawing on four observations made from the OT book of Esther. These observations pertain to truth, years, obscurity, and heroes; all of them matter to God and all of them should matter to the historian. In a sense, these four elements are the raw materials, or building blocks, of history in any generation. I conclude …


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 3, Sacred Heart University Sep 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 3, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: The Results Are In: New Faces of Student Government -- Hacking the Constitution -- Cheers, Beers, Pioneers: “Pack the Pub” at Red’s -- Behind the Seams: Fashion Club Visits Mitchell’s -- Book Talk: Editors^ Picks -- Arts and Entertainment: Hollywood on Hold -- The Rising Stars of the Sports Media Word



Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University Sep 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Pioneer Vote Brings Candidates to Campus -- Guess Who’s Back: COVID on Campus -- Tens of thousands march to kick off climate summit, demanding end to warming-causing fossil fuels -- We Are Family: Weekend Preview -- First 50 Days: We’re Halfway There -- The Importance of Campus Involvement for All Students


Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University Sep 2023

Spectrum, Volume 51, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: The Suite Life of Students at the Guest House -- Gotta Get Down on Big Red Fridays -- The Spectrum of Politics: Student Government Elections -- Empowering Educators -- Seeing the World Beyond Bridgeport: Study Abroad Applications Open -- Spotlight: Denise Tiberio


City On A Hill: A History Of American Exceptionalism (Book Review), James C. Schaap Sep 2023

City On A Hill: A History Of American Exceptionalism (Book Review), James C. Schaap

Pro Rege

Reviewed Title: City on a Hill: A History of American Exceptionalism by Abram C. Van Engen. Yale University Press, 2020. 379 pp. ISBN: 9780300229752.


Law School News: Dean Bowman On The Scotus Admissions Decision 6-29-2023, Gregory W. Bowman Jun 2023

Law School News: Dean Bowman On The Scotus Admissions Decision 6-29-2023, Gregory W. Bowman

Life of the Law School (1993- )

No abstract provided.


Founder's Day, May 17, 2023, Sacred Heart University May 2023

Founder's Day, May 17, 2023, Sacred Heart University

Founder's Day Programs

Program for the March 17, 2023 Founder's Day ceremony.


The Fifty-Seventh Commencement, May 14, 2023, Sacred Heart University May 2023

The Fifty-Seventh Commencement, May 14, 2023, Sacred Heart University

Commencement Programs

Program for the Graduate and Undergraduate ceremonies held May 14, 2023.


Dr. Paul Fessler And Donald Roth, Sarah Moss Apr 2023

Dr. Paul Fessler And Donald Roth, Sarah Moss

The Voice

No abstract provided.


Spectrum, Volume 50, Issue 11, Sacred Heart University Apr 2023

Spectrum, Volume 50, Issue 11, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: Board of Trustees Panel Set for May 2 -- Mifepristone Access Granted by Supreme Court -- UAE spacecraft takes close-up photos of Mars' little moon -- A Curtis Hall Carnival -- New Leaders Coming Soon -- The Last Dance -- From Your DS to the Big Screen -- A “Masterful” Job Done by Coach McGreevy


Spectrum, Volume 50, Issue 10, Sacred Heart University Apr 2023

Spectrum, Volume 50, Issue 10, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: The State of Gun Control in America -- Trump Brings in “A+” Defense Lawyers for Indictment -- Spend Less and Study More at the Library: “SHU Reads for Free” textbook program -- Need a Doctor? They’re Right Down the Street! -- Students Banding Together with Green Bandana Project -- Remembering Audrey Niblo -- A Healthy Spin on Cycling Classes -- Art From Inside the Cell -- Women’s Lacrosse Undefeated in Conference Play.


Denial On Campus: How Antisemitism Affects College Faculty And Students, Sarah H. Hall Apr 2023

Denial On Campus: How Antisemitism Affects College Faculty And Students, Sarah H. Hall

Inquiry: The Journal of the Virginia Community Colleges

The article explores instances of Holocaust denial on college campuses and addresses issues of academic freedom for faculty as well as students. The author explores questions regarding how we teach the Holocaust and how to better decrease denial and antisemitism.


Spectrum, Volume 50, Issue 9, Sacred Heart University Apr 2023

Spectrum, Volume 50, Issue 9, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: Is User Privacy on TikTok for Reel? -- The Brainiac Olympics -- NASA’s 1st moon crew in 50 years includes 1 woman, 3 men -- ‘The Last Hoorah!’ for Class of 2023 -- The Humble Dr. Jamie Marotto -- Lace Up and Save Lives: Relay for Life -- Audrey's Corner: Farrington College anti-bullying campaign -- The Provost's Journey (Robin Cautin) -- Drag Shows Being Restricted Across the Country -- Women’s Bowling: So Nice They Had to Do it Twice! -- Men’s Lacrosse Nets Their First Conference Victory -- SHU Hosts 3rd Annual CT ESports Showcase -- A Thank …